Find out first-hand why Apple’s new iPad2 is a must for all school administrators! Be among the first to discover how the iPad2 impacts the busy life of an administrator. Learn how the iPad2 impacts the classroom, whether it’s through anytime anywhere content development, or connecting to Powerschool to enter grades, or merging 60 pounds of textbooks onto a 1.5 pound device.
Learn how to take advantage of all that this incredible device has to offer from downloading and managing apps to an exploration of the latest education apps to increase productivity as well as student learning. The iPad2 is the most talked about device this year. Be the first to use this revolutionary device for your job and introduce your school and students to it.
The instructor for this workshop will be Craig Nansen, Director of Technology at Minot Public Schools and an Apple Distinguished Educator. Craig is an experienced instructor on iPads.
This workshop will be limited to 26 participants, so we will fill it on a first come/first serve basis.
Participants will be expected to bring an iPad or iPad2 and a laptop to the workshop, and be registered with a number of free online programs. Participants should have synced their iPads before the workshop.
1. iTunes account and have iTunes installed on the laptop you are bringing. Here’s a link to the site.
2. Google Account
You don't need to have a gmail account, but it would be helpful.
It would be best if you set up the gmail account first, and then use that when you set up your Google account. Here is a link to set up a Gmail account.
You are encouraged to download free (or purchased) apps to your iTunes account on your laptop before coming to the workshop. You may want to purchase an iTunes gift card at a Target, Wal-Mart, K-Mart or Best Buy and bring it along to the workshop. You will not be required to purchase any apps for this.
Craig Nansen has created a Google Site with resources for this workshop at:
You should check this site periodically before the workshop.
SUBSTITUTION POLICY: Substitutions for participants may be made up to one week prior to the seminar by calling the ND LEAD Center (701-258-3022).